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  1. #79
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    Gothca I've got a couple of 125 watt class a/b tube amplifiers that heat up a room nicely. Now for the two folks that live in the two story 4, 5, 10,000 sqaure feet home what TV-computer combination would you suggest.

  2. #80
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    For homes like that.
    I recomend the ACME Electron 2000 pulse Micro Wave generator.
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  3. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    For homes like that.
    I recomend the ACME Electron 2000 pulse Micro Wave generator.
    Twill invented that 2 years ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    Twill invented that 2 years ago
    Yea, I pay that dude royalties when I sell them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    i use reheat and my A/C.
    I turn on all the computers, TVs, and half the lights, then turn on the A/C.
    I suspect you are only partially joking. With the way the weather has been in our area the past few days, my home has been getting a bit humid. For the few days we have like this a season, I think I would rather introduce heat to force the cooling system on or even drop the temps a degree or two to dry it out then to pay for operating a whole house dehumidifier.
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  6. #84
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    I have enough heat from appliances, that my A/C can pull the humidity down on low OD temp days without a problem.
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